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Posted on Short Scrub vs. longer Jack/Fore?

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#1 posted 12-11-2012 05:29 AM

I use my scrub along edges of boards often enough vs. ripping. Moves lots of material for sure, tough to balance sometimes though. The metallic (Stanley) #5 has an open mouth and is cambered. Draw the iron in and take less.

I’d suggest a jack, properly set for the job, offers versatility your looking for without too much work (and rework)!

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